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5/31/2018 Storage Updated Feature The Azure File Sync service in Azure Storage is still in preview. We just released Refresh 2, the final refresh of the service and server agent before general availability (GA). Link Link Details
5/23/2018 Storage New Feature After the recent general availability for Storage Explorer, we also added new features in the latest 1.1 release to align with Azure Storage platform: Azurite cross-platform emulator Access tiers that efficiently consumes resources based on how frequently a blob is accessed The removal of SAS URL start time to avoid datacenter synchronization issues Link Link Details
4/2/2018 Storage General Availability Zone-redundant snapshots and images for Azure Managed Disks are now generally available. They are backed by zone-redundant storage that replicates your data across multiple zones. Link Link Details
3/31/2018 Storage General Availability Azure zone-redundant storage, which was previously in public preview, is now generally available. Zone-redundant storage greatly simplifies development of highly available applications by replicating your data to different Availability Zones, with inserts and updates to data being performed synchronously across these Availability Zones. You can continue with read and write operations on your data even when one of the Availability Zones is unavailable or unrecoverable. Link Link Details
3/7/2018 Storage General Availability Today, we are excited to announce the general availability of Azure Storage Service Encryption with customer managed keys integrated with Azure Key Vault for Azure Blob and File Storage. Azure customers already benefit from Storage Service Encryption for Azure Blob and File Storage using Microsoft managed keys. Link Link Details
2/1/2018 Storage General Availability Today we are announcing the general availability of Firewalls and Virtual Networks (VNets) for Azure Storage along with Virtual Network Service Endpoints. Azure Storage Firewalls and Virtual Networks uses Virtual Network Service Endpoints to allow administrators to create network rules that allow traffic only from selected VNets and subnets, creating a secure network boundary for their data. These features are now available in all Azure public cloud regions and Azure Government. As part of moving to general availability it is now backed by the standard SLAs. There is no additional billing for virtual network access through service endpoints. The current pricing model for Azure Storage applies as is today. Link Link Details
1/31/2018 Storage General Availability Virtual Network Service Endpoints and Firewalls and Virtual Networks for Azure Storage are now generally available in all regions in the Azure public cloud and Microsoft Azure Government. Link Link Details
1/30/2018 Storage General Availability Today we are excited to announce the general availability of the Azure Storage SDKs for Python, Ruby and PHP! Thanks to everyone who participated in the previews and provided feedback. Link Details
12/14/2017 Storage Pricing Update Whether you need the highest availability for mission-critical workloads, or cost-effective options for test scenarios, Azure Managed Disks provides durability, availability, and security for virtual machines. Azure Blob storage provides scalable, durable, and secure storage for unstructured data. Previously, consumption for Managed Disks and consumption for Blob storage were measured using the same pricing meters. As of December 6, 2017, consumption for Managed Disks and consumption for Blob storage are measured using separate GUIDs. There aren't pricing or name changes when the GUIDs are separated for Managed Disks or Blob storage. Link Details
12/13/2017 Storage General Availability Today we’re excited to announce the general availability of Archive Blob Storage starting at an industry leading price of $0.002 per gigabyte per month! Last year, we launched Cool Blob Storage to help customers reduce storage costs by tiering their infrequently accessed data to the Cool tier. Organizations can now reduce their storage costs even further by storing their rarely accessed data in the Archive tier. Furthermore, we’re also excited to announce the general availability of Blob-Level Tiering, which enables customers to optimize storage costs by easily managing the lifecycle of their data across these tiers at the object level. Link Details

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